Inland port feeding Savannah gives south Appalachia shippers rail option

Inland port feeding Savannah gives south Appalachia shippers rail option

In the United States’ tight surface capacity market, the operative phrase in supply chain management is “minimize the truck transport variable,” and Georgia’s new inland port, the Appalachian Regional Port, aims to do that, and more.

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